i must be brave enough to become as active now as i was as a child.

i begin by disrupting my deeply-engrained habits.




On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.


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What change in us are we willing to subtly accomplish?

Weather 10-day Orlando forecast
Photo yesterday…Fall begins when the low temp starts with a 6.


What are our cues for change?

Seasonal changes become obvious eventually, but early on the change is subtle. In Orlando, breaking the 70 degree night time low is the first signifiant change. This hasn’t happened since April.

Have been enjoying the final hot humid mornings drenched in sweat knowing i will soon need to wear a t-shirt to stay warm before sunrise.

Fast forward to New Year’s Day 2016. What change in us are we willing to subtly accomplish so that eventually, the change is obvious?




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Power In The Impossible

What’s the power in the impossible?


Yesterday, in a casual conversation, a friend mentioned that 90% of humans, if given the chance to transform themselves into something better, would not do so.

Can’t assure you this is a valid statistic, however, I’m using it here to illustrate a simple point. Even if the statistic is incorrect, there is something we can all agree on.

Most people (no matter the exact percentage) are afraid of change. Period.

And yet change is the only constant. Period.

What does this mean to you?  Probably nothing, unfortunately.  Why? Because 90% reading this are afraid to change. Most won’t think the impossible is possible.